Lol I don't think any cards will ever be mirror wall, sphere kuriboh, econ or relinquished. People are acting like this card is way to good but it will never be op like those. Its decent and annoying but it's more on the level of headlong where it's good but it's not op.
You are such a noob. SRH can't even touch floodgate because its effect can only be used on face-up monsters. Mind you, I think you are stupid as well. Econ is not OP, it is just a "versatile" card. Know the difference of things on a conceptual level, sheesh. One more thing, how can you call a "purely defensive" card like Kuriboh an OP card? If it is truly OP then it should also fit offensive..
decks but guess what? It simply cannot. Then you call it OP? You are such a big joke. Lastly, who are you to claim a mainly "refutable statement" to be likened into a fact? You got a clairvoyance ability that you can peek into the future and assert for us that "it will never be OP" based on how you see things in the present with your entirely "personal" projections of the future? Enough of..
Just to simply explain to you that I'm not blabbering needlessly, I want you to contemplate on how to use the term "OP" properly. For instance, I would argue that Champion's Vigilance is an OP card. It does not scream "flexible" since it has strict activation conditions, but when you do have it, it unbelievably performs well in most scenarios. It's not also role-archetyping like Kuriboh. Get it?
In higher competitive setting "attacking monsters" is almost always second to everything. In Legends (perhaps Platinum also) and up, even though players can observably "see for themselves the ATK value of monster cards on the field", they usually don't bother attacking as long as there are Set cards on the field. They also observe the graveyard, or the banished cards list.
In essence, what I'm getting at, is NOT the "monster removal capability or potential" of FGTH. Spell/Trap effects, and on par, card effects, are usually the most threatening and paranoia-inducing mechanisms for players. That said, FGTH helps eases up the building of momentum. Destroying monsters oftentimes do not regain full board control, while locking the field and backrow will do. You misalign
If you are particularly concerned of BEWDs, in the first place, I think you might have already brainstormed as to how you will play your deck based on your intuitions. If you know you will face BEWDs, chances are, you will adapt to a defensive playstyle. 3000 ATK is nothing to scoff at, and there are only few that can surpass that ATK value while staying meta-competitive in the process.
If you know then that you will be playing defensively, you should also know as well that a "defensive deck does not or will rarely depend on its monsters' stats to assure victory conditions". Thus, I could not comprehend why you are still asking FGTH's overall value or redeeming points when faced with BEWD decks. Surely by now, your deck should have some defensive maneuvers that you will not even
15 random opponents is like... what? I ask you, how many downloads does this app had? How many were active? Let's say 15/1,000,000.. oh I get it. YOU TROLLED US. But the thing is, you are NOT even a LEGIT TROLL. You shame the intelligent and sophisticated trolls here. Shoo, get out...
This guy who said "15 matches blahblah" is stupid. You doesn't even have a shred of intelligence to argue properly with Naicha. He/she was not arguing the popularity or viability of the card, was just trying to "helplessly" explain to you your faulty mentality when facing BEWDs and you came back with an outright stupid answer. Good luck with your studies, kiddo.